Thursday, September 8, 2011

Food at Sydney

Resuming my Sydney travelogue =)
This post is all about food we had throughout the trip. This time, I managed to capture the food before swallowing them down, cause I met a lady who is also a photographer wannabe like me, hehehe :)

I'm just gonna write random comments about the food.

We had dim sum at Chinatown upon arrival, though these dim sum look tempting, most of us couldn't finish them, due to jet lag (may be) and lack of sleep in the plane.... But gotto agree, the plain porridge and yao cha kuai were really nice!!

This was lunch at McGuigan winery, turkey styled bread, salad, fish n chip and grilled steak

Lunch at the resort we stayed, super big piece of chicken chop and grilled steak


This were one of the dinner. The Toohey's New beer was quite nice, less gas!


A birthday cake for the birthday boy~


Dinner, the fried squids were salty =_=


The red bean tong sui was nice!!


Visited Sydney fish market on Day 5, the 2nd largest fish market in the world


Boss treated us fresh oysters and some fried stuff. yummzz~


Lunch before visiting Blue Mountain, the fried kangaroo meat (bottom right) was good~


We had mostly chinese food cooked by Hongkie~


Scrumptious garden buffet at one of the casino, so much variety to choose from!


Yours truly holding the big heavy snow crab


This were supper, 2 different style of crabs, curry and roti, the cook is a retired Malaysian from Ipoh (nice~)


Another lunch


We had 8 course meal on the last night at Sydney, got to taste the nice abalone~


Ok, this was lunch before departing to airport and say bye bye to Sydney =(


Boss also treated everyone Royal Copenhagen ice cream


I was looking for Max Brenner ice cream actually, but couldn't find them =( Anyway, this one also jadi la :P



Nothing much to comment about the food, basically the tour management tried their best to serve us chinese food since all the members were Chinese. Not forgetting some specialties of Sydney. But you know, sambal and cili padi are essential for most Malaysian but these 2 things were kinda hard to find there.. haha :D


Thanks for reading and hope you enjoyed!

17 comments:

  1. All sumptuous food......holiday is the best! haha

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  2. Heavy snow crab sure very very nice. So much of heavenly delicious food, drool!

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  3. I know I shouldn't drop by at this hour, especially when my tummy is rumbling.

    Eating with 'eyes' is no fun at all. I'm even more hungrier now....

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  4. yikes! you are kangaroo meat! I dare not :D

    the crab.. besar nya!!

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  5. THAT IS ONE FREAKIN' BIG CRAB!!!

    Ahahaha So many foods!!!

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  6. Hi Hayley,

    Been busy lately, if you read my latest post, then you'll know. But don't worry, I have read some of your previous entries but reserved my comments.

    I noticed that Chinatown exists almost everywhere in this world such as in London, New Zealand, Australia and even in Holland. The Chinese do know how to survive huh? Good for them. Haha!

    Looking at the photos, I envy two things: The red lobsters and also the Snow Crab! Those are huge seafood! I wish I can try some or...buy one...here...hahaha!

    It seems that you had a lot of fun in Australia. May I ask? Is this part of your honeymoon plans? I hope good news come from this adventure! A baby! Yeah yeah! Just kidding! Hahaha!

    Have a nice day yeah Hayley? And take care...

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  7. Wow..your tour agent really fed you all well. Luckily I just had dinner..hehe..the food looks absolutely scrumptious.

    That is a huge crab!

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  8. Food GLORIOUS food again!! To taste so many nice foods around the world is just dream of many people.

    Foods & nice travelling places - summed up perfect holidays !!!

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  9. Makan makan holiday! LOL!
    Love the baked lobster in Sydney....missed it!

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  10. Oh dear... so much scrumptious food! The dim sum sure looks nice and the seafood... It's probably the freshest seafood u can get on earth!

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  11. Erm so much of yummy-looking food! Maybe next time you guys can try going by your own rather than following tours??? I'm sure there are sambal in Aussie ler...

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  12. Yums!

    The food portion in Aussie is so much bigger than in Malaysia so most of the time we either share a meal or be ready to overeat hahaha.

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  13. wow, looks like you've been enjoying all the good food in the food heaven!! that's really once in a lifetime enjoyment, haha..

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  14. The tour you bought is really good... provided you all with such a variety of quality meals!

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  15. mNhL, yea holiday is the best!

    Yan, yes those were yummy...

    Yvonne, LOL.. I hope you got something to eat then :P

    Merryn, I only had one small piece, just to taste..

    Daniel, yep big and heavy!

    Quay Po Cooks, haha come come..

    Willie, yes, I guess Chinese are everywhere! Not really honeymoon la, we already had our honeymoon last year at Paris ^^

    Mummy Gwen, yes cause this is an incentive trip so things are well prepared..

    Robinson, yes and leave great memories too!

    Pete, I miss it too~

    ALice, agree. Fresh!

    Shirlexia, I couldn't request more, cause it's a sponsored trip for me and basically I didn't pay a single cent.. ^^

    YT, ya correct, so not used to it..

    SK, I really did!

    ChloeRuoyi, yaya, the management always strike to give us the best~

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  16. walao the crab so big! Beyond god like! hehee

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